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Softball: Gellerman, Ohio Blast Seattle, 7-4


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With the help of catcher Lauren Gellerman’s bat, Ohio (12-3) downed the Seattle Redhawks, 7-4. Ohio’s standout senior catcher became the program’s all-time home run leader, as she blasted her 28th home run of her college career. The moment came in the top of the third inning, with the Bobcats down 1-0. Down two strikes… Read More

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WOUB-TV Moves Closer To Full Digital Production

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After several years and millions of dollars, WOUB-TV’s digital transition is almost complete. Installation of a new digital production control room will change the way television has been produced at WOUB for 50 years. The federal government’s mandate requiring broadcast television stations to begin digital broadcast by 2009 caused stations around the country to replace… Read More

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Preview: Ohio Faces Miami On Senior Day


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Everything is starting to click for the Bobcats, as the Mid-American Conference Tournament approaches next Monday. They’re starting to see their key players get out of slumps that have killed Ohio all season. Sharpshooter Nick Kellogg knocked down four three-point shots against Bowling Green, and forward Ivo Baltic had more confidence in his fade away… Read More

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W.Va. Attorney General Says Mining Interests Will Be Protected

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West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey says he will carefully comb through the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's reach into West Virginia. Morrisey spoke Thursday at the 40th annual West Virginia Mining Symposium at the Charleston Civic Center. The event is conducted by the West Virginia Coal Association. The EPA has repeatedly sparred with the mining… Read More

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State Payroll Down Slightly From 2012

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Records show Ohio's state government payroll fell to less than $3 billion in 2012 – a 3 percent drop from the previous year. A computer analysis shows that most of the top-paid non-university government employees were again professionals in the Ohio Department of Mental Health. A psychiatrist at a state psychiatric hospital in Northfield, near… Read More